This page is relevant for Qstit version 3, see here for the older version 2.
We recommend using version 3 unless you are using an old system that doesn't support recent versions of the Qt libraries.
· For Ubuntu-based distributions, the easiest way to install Qstit is to add our software repository (PPA) to your source repositories and download Qstit from there. Installation is automatic and you will get updates as they are published. Type the following commands in a terminal to add our PPA to your sources and install Qstit:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:nova-cinema/qstit3
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install qstit
· Debian packages (.deb files) are available here. You can also get the installation package matching your version and your system from the list of packages in our PPA. Download and double-click the .deb file (or use your package manager) to install Qstit. It will appear in your applications but won't be updated automatically.
· To run the program, you will need a few libraries (.dll files). First download the appropriate ones for your system: 32 bits or 64 bits (if you have been using Qstit before, be sure to download the latest version of the .dll files provided here, older ones may not work as expected).
Then unzip the file and place the "qstit" folder wherever you want on your computer (you can also rename it).
Download the latest executable (.exe file) from the list and place it inside the folder with the .dll files. Just double-click it to launch the program.
When an update is available, you will only need to get the new executable and replace the old one.
The program is not "installed" on your computer, if you want to remove it, just delete the folder.
You can download the installation package for Mac OSX here.
Qstit should work fine on Mac but we don't have the time and means to test it thoroughly, and we won't always be able to provide the latest updates. Some known issues are listed in this document.